The Cowboys don’t need a top-five defense in the NFL in 2021. But can the defense be ‘good enough’ in 2021? Which position group shows the most promise?
Some dark days in Dallas before the sweet sunshine of the Cowboys in Cali. DFW Sports Notebook.
Would the contract have been an issue had Jamal Adams gotten his wish last July and been traded to Dallas?
'Let's keep a strength strong,' Jerry likes to say every time Dallas makes an effort to upgrade its offensive line.
Vander Esch has a plan ‘to make sure,’ he says, ‘that I do give myself the best chance possible to stay healthy.’
With so much talent at each position, this offense should make opposing defenses shake in their cleats. But just how good can they be?
What if ... Simi Fehoko is what he proclaims himself to be: Maybe the best receiver in this draft class?
'My mindset,' Anthony Brown says, 'is to make everybody better around me and do my job at the same time.'
The Cowboys' hope that their top 10 performers in workouts here inside The Star carry over to Oxnard. Oh, and who were those top 10 performers? In our opinion ...
‘We’re looking forward to getting back to training camp in Oxnard and getting back to normal,’ says Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.
Rookie Micah Parsons has a chance to make Dallas Cowboys history.
Ben McAdoo has coach Mike McCarthy as his guardian angel.
The Dallas Cowboys have been fairly successful in recent drafts, and as a result, have needed to extend those players to keep them. And this is where the club has struggled.
The star running back posted career-low numbers in 2020 and is hoping to re-establish himself as a force in the NFL in 2021. Quarterback Dak Prescott says Elliott is working hard to make that happen.
'I’m looking forward to (training camp),' Wright said, 'just being able to go out and showcase my talents, just because I know football’s not a game of T-shirts and shorts.'
So ‘Rookie School’ is here. A time to ask, to listen, to learn.
If his fellow Badger, Biadasz, is meshing with Dak, eating less French Toast and also following in the Frederick footsteps? That'd be three goals achieved.
Prescott says of Lamb: 'I’m so excited for CeeDee. ... He’s a special playmaker that we’re privileged to have and he’ll be big-time and definitely have a breakout season.'
If this works out for Lee, who during his decade in Dallas developed a reputation as a media-friendly guy as well as a savvy student of the game, he would follow in some illustrious footsteps.